The LP Labor Party’s presidential candidate in this year’s election, Mr. Peter Obi, has vowed to bring back a new Nigeria to which all citizens will be proud to belong.

He regretted that today, Nigerians are ashamed to identify themselves as Nigerian due to the many challenges facing the country.

Speaking in Kaduna on Wednesday while marking his northern presidential campaign, Peter Obi said: “Kaduna was the capital of northern Nigeria, where all Nigerians were proud to belong, so we started the campaign here in Kaduna. We are about to bring back that Nigeria where everyone was happy to belong. Kaduna State accounted for productivity in the north. He represented what was good in Nigeria. And that’s what we want to bring back. We are tired of hearing stories.”

According to him, Kaduna State is home to the best military formations in the country, it is supposed to be safer than any part of the country, adding: “But there are so many security challenges in the state. We will secure and unite Nigeria. Security will come back again.”

He pointed out that the insecurity in the country is not due to the fact that the bandits are more fearsome than the government, but rather due to misdirection.

“That’s why bandits are everywhere and operate almost freely, killing and causing unimaginable destruction of valuables,” he said.

Obi assured: “We will restructure the security architecture. Security personnel will be well attended. We will make sure their lives are cared for so that their families are cared for in the event of death.”

And he added: “Datti and I will change this country of consumption to a country of production due to the high prices of things. All the vast lands to the north will be centers of agriculture. Kaduna State will once again become a processing center. The Bank of Agriculture (BoA) will finance food production in Nigeria and all support groups, youth, women and all Nigerians, your work for the party will not be in vain.”

Looking ahead to the upcoming elections, he explained that no one should talk about tribe, religion or section, stressing that in Nigeria things are not sold by religion, tribe or section, but rather everyone is suffering from the mismanagement of the country.

Senator Datti Baba-Ahmed, the Labor Party’s presidential running mate, declared that those who seek peace, unity and a desire for things to work out in Nigeria must cast their votes in the upcoming elections to ensure the emergence of a new nigeria.

He said: “Nigeria has never had the caliber of presidential candidates that it currently has. Kaduna is the center of good things in the country and he hopes that the people of the state will come out in droves to change the narratives of this country through their votes in electing the Labor Party to power for the good of all Nigerians.

“We are people who said and do exactly what we promised to do. We are serious about ensuring the betterment of Nigeria and ensuring equality in all aspects of life for all Nigerians. We promised to wipe away the tears of the common man and give them a sense of belonging. Only Peter Obi is saying that Nigerians should vote for him because of his credibility.”

The party’s Kaduna state gubernatorial candidate, Jonathan Asake, thanked the youth for being a great engine room for the party, as well as women and advocacy groups, saying: “There will be inclusion in all spheres of life to improve the standard of living. of all Nigerians because the party has good intentions for Nigerians and Nigeria.”